Fedora Documentation missing

What has happened to latest Fedora Documentation. When I go to the site I can only find Fedora versions up to 26. Nothing later.

The site I am sent to from the https://start.fedoraproject.org/ page is https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/

Hello @gregbath & welcome to the community! If you have the time, please do take a few minutes to go over the introductory posts in #start-here. They contain lots of useful information.

Due to the ongoing datacenter move, there are quite a few outages today. It appears that parts of the documentation are affected as well.

Were you looking for something in particular in the docs? Maybe we can help you here.

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This is pinned in the #community category:

Also see:

https://status.fedoraproject.org

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I was looking for the IOT documentation. I have ordered a new ARM v8 SBC and was wanting to see what options I had for installing Fedora on it. The device will take a couple of weeks to arrive so I have time to wait.

Thanks for the link to the status page. I had looked at the Datacenter move note but I had misunderstood the total timeline.

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Docs for IOT are here:
https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/iot/

Yes, you are right, since this is the beginning of Fedora IOT, the documentation is still missing a lot.

Check out https://iot.fedoraproject.org/ as well and feel free to contribute - after all Fedora and its documentation needs to be created and maintained by the community

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